Moët & Chandon Global Brand Ambassador, Mr Pierre-Louis Araud, this week made his second official trip to Kenya.

Mr Araud is a connoisseur of luxury and celebration and his visit was to share Jean-Remy Moët’s lifelong goal of sharing “the magic of champagne with the world.”

On Wednesday, the famous champagne brand hosted local media personalities at the Norfolk hotel, for an afternoon delight experience which gave
the attendees an immersion into the rich heritage and sophistication of Maison Moët
& Chandon.

Speaking at the luncheon Mr Araud noted that “Kenya for Moët & Chandon House represents the future in Africa. We deeply believe that soon Kenya will be in the top three markets in Africa together with Nigeria and South Africa”. “I really feel great energy in Nairobi and Kenya in general,” he added. “I feel this great sense of celebration and savoir-fete and that is at the center of our DNA.”

Among those in attendance were Amina Abdi, who was the MC, Anita Nderu, Ciru Muriuki, Sheila Mwanyigha, Julie Gichuru and Caroline Mutoko.